CC Plates are Installed

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  1. ALITL8

    ALITL8 Well-Known Member

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    should be getting the subframes and wieght jackers in this next week. didnt get it done yet cause i got busy as hell with work.

    anyway, HELL YES you can feel a difference when you add CC plates!! my car was road walking pretty bad on uneven surfaces (i looked drunk), now its almost as good as new... ive got pretty wide tires too.

    oh, i also found out ive got a blown strut up front so monday im getting those replaced and throwing on a set of 275/40/17 Nitto 555's on the front. should look pretty good with Nitto all the way around O0

    i'll get pics of everything
     
  2. TxCobrA98

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    which CC Plates did you go with? get them pics asap man! glad you got ti all worked out..
     
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    pics asap!
     
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    Who's CC plates did you go with?
     
  5. ALITL8

    ALITL8 Well-Known Member

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    theyre some UPR shark plates... not the best but way better than stock. i also got them for almost nothing. one of my customers took them off the mustang he sold after i detailed it (RIGHT AFTER!!). the guy showed up to look at it while i was rolling up my tools and bought it on the spot ;D
     
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    Congrats the SFC will make the car feel solid.
     
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    yeap, they made a big diff on my car.
     
  8. ALITL8

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    SFC's and LCA's ;D everyone's said its going to be a world of difference. i know i drove an 03 KB Cobra (658 RWHP) that had full suspension mods from Livernois... WOW what a car!!! there's pics of it somewhere in the Shine Shop ;)
     
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    :pics:


    had to do it
     
  10. Dalamar

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    That's cool Robert, you'll like those mods.

    Nice job on selling that guys car. probably saved him a price drop :thumb:
     
  11. ALITL8

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    i'll get pics when shes up on the rack having the subs welded in. ya'll have seen CC plates, right?
     
  12. TxCobrA98

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    haha yeah weve seen cc plates. nice job on sellin that guys car for him! :hammer: even on a car like mine, not much power and stuff, would SFC make a big difference in how it handles and feels?
     
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    yes, it helps alot...i need to get some
     
  14. ALITL8

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    it better!!
     
  15. TxCobrA98

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    even just on the street? i dont take mine to the strip.. im just wondering for future mods. :)
     
  16. ALITL8

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    its supposed to make a huge difference all around. what it does is connect the front and rear subframes, basically giving you a solid frame, reducing twist to the body. it will help in cornering, launching and improve all around driving characteristics. thats the way i understand it O0

    oh and i thought ya'll might like to see... i know my 170K motor is dirty :D CC Plates and fresh Nitto NT555 Extreme ZR 275/40/17 up front ;D

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    oh and thats my 16 yr old daughter... leghumpers back off!!
     
  17. Dalamar

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    looking good Robert.

    Oh, you'll love the subs. The MM XL's are GREAT.
    less chassis flex, less axle diflection, better straight line traction and cornering.
    and less squeaks and crap.

    Ya, they're a good thing.
     
  18. ALITL8

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    thanks Jeff, the difference just the CC plates and fresh rubber made is incredible!! i cant wait to get the LCA's and subs installed :dancing6:
     
  19. TxCobrA98

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    i may look into some sub frames then... we ordered some for our 65 but i didn't know how much a difference it would make for just street driving. i guess ill add that to the list of parts..
     
  20. ALITL8

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    i got mine for $145 shipped, if they do all ive heard they do its well worth the money to me ;D